Left Wildcats Graphic

Site Links

Arizona Teams

Arizona Venues

Other NCAA Teams

Other Links


 
 

Chartered in 1885, the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona did not build it's Arizona Stadium football facility until 1928. Originally, the venue held a mere 7,000 people with seating on only one side of the field. Capacity was raised to nearly 10,000 in 1938 when construction added seats to include both sides of the Arizona Stadium field. In 1947, the University added an additional 4,000 seats along the end zones to compensate for the growing attention to American football. In 1950, a horseshoe configuration was built around the south end zone, granting the stadium an additional 8,700 seats. A new, multi-level press box and luxury suites have been added throughout the years, bringing the Arizona stadium seating capacity to nearly 58,000. In 1981, the track team moved out and the track was removed making room for new luxury sky boxes and a multi-level press box. Just before the 1999 season began, University officials made room for a state of the art scoreboard, complete with a brand new video monitor.

 

In addition to being the home of the University of Arizona Wildcats football team, Arizona Stadium also includes two freshman dormitories, and Pinal Hall which currently hold the offices for faculty of the music department and residence life. Arizona Stadium is a fine venue for watching college football and it is proud to be the home of the University of Arizona Wildcats. Be sure to buy Arizona Stadium tickets today and see the Wildcats live!

 

 

Arizona Stadium
 


© 2017 ArizonaWildcatsFootballTickets.com
Terms of Service

Tickets

Purchase Wildcats Football Tickets Wildcats Football Schedule National Association of Ticket Brokers Verified Business Member means you're protected

Team Roster

Coaches Players Past Players
Left Fringe Graphic